CleanTechnica Webinar: Accelerating Quality Development & Origination (Video)

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Earlier this week CleanTechnica hosted a webinar with several industry experts on the topic of accelerating quality solar development and origination. The live event was moderated by CleanTechnica’s founder and former CEO, Scott Cooney, who chatted with our panelists, Tony Chen, VP Sales at HST; Kelly Snyder, Senior Director of Origination at EDPR North America; and Marynes Cabrera, Project Engineer, Development Engineering at Avangrid.

We discussed how project developers can support a larger pipeline of high quality, utility-scale solar projects and increase the number and scale of power purchase agreement off-takers. Other topics included increasing profit-earning project sales and handling the burgeoning growth of solar projects at large. We had time for a few great questions from the audience, as well, and were happy to have folks involved in the discussion around this important topic.

The recorded webinar is here:

If you have any questions for our panelists, you may email them at the addresses below:

  • Tony Chen (HST): sales@hstpowers.com
  • Kelly Snyder (EDPR): kelly.snyder@edpr.com
  • Marynes Cabrera (Avangrid): mcabrera@avangrid.com

Thanks to all those who joined us live, and of course, to our esteemed panelists who helped me this webinar possible!


Read more about HST’s addition of energy storage modeling to its cloud-based platform in this CleanTechnica article.

If you’re interested in hosting a webinar with CleanTechnica, please email us at accounts@cleantechnica.com.

This article is supported by HST.

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